In September 2013, CASCW received a grant from the National Science Foundation to increase the capacity of the Minn-LInK project to conduct data-intensive, interdisciplinary research to understand child well-being. The grant helped expand the infrastructure of the project, organize a community of researchers, and created a pilot Doctoral Fellowship program. […]
The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare is hiring for an Outreach and Policy Program Coordinator position.
The Outreach Coordinator develops and/or connects child welfare stakeholders in Minnesota and nationwide to dynamic, relevant, accessible, research-informed practice and policy resources and trainings. These resources and trainings bridge the worlds of research, […]
Faculty have been busy over the summer, here are two new resources:
A module titled Health and Mental Health Literacy and their Link to Health Disparities in Immigrant and Refugee Families by Hee Yun Lee, Ph.D., Jenni McHugh, MSW
Hee Lee, Ph.D. and Jennifer McHugh, MSW Candidate, present a concise overview of […]